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Cancer Screening

How Regular Cancer Screenings Have Curbed Rates of Cancer in Women 

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. In the past decade, however, the death rates due to cancer have gone down considerably. According to data from the CDC, from 2001 to 2020, the death rates from cancer declined from 196.5 to 144.1 per 100,000. This is good news. This decline

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Behavioral Health Services

Anxiety Disorders in Adolescents & How to Help Your Teen Through It 

The Covid pandemic left no stone unturned. It affected everyone in some form or another. For young people, the challenges were substantial as they attempted to navigate their way through finishing high school and maintaining a sense of normalcy in a world of uncertainty. The last two years meant a stop or pause on activities

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Should You Get the HPV Vaccine? What You Should Know About the Virus 

While the general public has been rightly concerned with the coronavirus in the last year and a half, regular health screenings and vaccinations for other types of viruses continue. The Human Papillomavirus is one of those nightmarish types of viruses because it is quiet, does not usually cause symptoms, and appears to be the leading

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